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Introducing Autodesk® Revit® Architecture 2011 by Beau Turner, Patrick Davis, Charlie Busa, Stephen Stafford

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Chapter 14. Sheets

This chapter will walk you through the process of creating, managing, and printing sheets. In our industry, sheets are still the end result of a project. They need to be signed and stamped as legal documents and therefore are a very important part of the process.

You will also learn how to organize sheets. This will help you keep your Revit project better organized so that the whole team can function within your organization in a timely manner.

In this chapter, we'll cover the following:

  • About titleblocks and sheets

  • Setting up sheets

  • Organizing sheets

  • Exporting sheets and DWF

About Titleblocks and Sheets

When it comes time to print your drawings in Revit, you need to create sheets. These are the individual pages in your construction ...

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